Mountain Hardwear Sojourn 2 - Camping Tents: Reviews

Nov 1, 2010
Outside Magazine
Mountain Hardwear Sojourn 2 - Camping Tents: Reviews

   Photo: Terry Heffernan


Like all of Mountain Hardwear's tents, the three-season Sojourn is packed with user-friendly touches. The fly's two clear windows make for sleeping-bag weather checks, while the reflective material on the guylines prevents late-night headers. And after a week of stormy weather, testers reported "zero condensation," thanks to a mostly mesh design and a vestibule that keeps rain out even when you're entering or exiting. Setup is intuitive with the single-hub pole configuration and color-coordinated pole tips and buckles. The near-vertical walls make for a roomy interior, but the resulting tall profile makes the Sojourn a bit wobbly in high winds. 4.8 lbs;

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